Carnegie Hall program coaches student performers

High school performers taking part in a program backed by professionals from Carnegie Hall rehearsed their latest show Tuesday. Students at DeWitt Clinton High School

High school performers taking part in a program backed by professionals from Carnegie Hall rehearsed their latest show Tuesday.

High school performers taking part in a program backed by professionals from Carnegie Hall rehearsed their latest show Tuesday. (1/5/16)

THE BRONX - High school performers taking part in a program backed by professionals from Carnegie Hall rehearsed their latest show Tuesday.

Students at DeWitt Clinton High School are taking part in the Somewhere Project, which is named after a song from the musical, "West Side Story."

With professional coaching, the program prepares students to perform across the city. The program's students visit schools, hospitals and even juvenile detention centers.

The group will perform their latest show at 6 p.m. Wednesday in DeWitt Clinton High School.

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SOMEWHERE Project Performances

Wednesday, Jan. 6 at 6:00 p.m.

DeWitt Clinton High School; 100 W. Mosholu Parkway S, Bronx, NY 10468

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